Absolutely, but with one caveat. I would suggest that (s)he started with the other DarkTower books first, maybe reading this one after Wizard and Glass or after the series is over. However, "The Wind Through the Keyhole" stands alone as a story within a story within a story and "The Skin Man" stands alone as a story within a story. I would advise prospective readers who also plan to read the Dark Tower series to hold on and read it before "Wolves of the Calla". If you don't feel like reading the series, enjoy it on its own.
I thought that the boy's meeting te Covenant man in the deep forest as one of my favorite instances of Palather in the series.
I thought Stephen King has improved greatly as a reader. I was very concerned when I saw he was the narrator (after I purchased the book), but I went ahead. He does a phenomenal job and no longer uses that maddening monotone that has made hearing his other work a lot less enjoyable.
I did listen to the book in one sitting (comfortable Bose QC15s :-) .... ).
A great read/listen that all will enjoy.
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